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  • Quick test to detect inflammation in diabetic patients

  • Drug restores hair growth in patients with Alopecia Areata

  • Gene therapy technique may help prevent cancer metastasis

  • The shape-shifting protein behind Alzheimer’s disease

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  • Researchers discovers new variant of antibiotic-resistant bacterium

  • Researchers find proliferating cells in normal and diseased corneal endothelium

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  • Discover new potential genetic links to common brain disorder

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  • New Key in Fighting Kennedy's Disease

  • Nervous system’s role in hypertension

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  • New Report Details Pre- and Postnatal Brain Defects from Zika Virus

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  • Biomarker may predict recurrence in endometrial cancer patients

  • Study advances understanding of colon cancer and colitis

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  • Probiotic therapies hold promise for the treatment of intestinal disorders

  • Research findings reveal potential to reverse cancer-related nerve pain

  • New treatment for pancreatic cancer

  • Cholesterol Levels, Not Statins, Influence Colorectal Cancer Risk

  • Improving survival and reducing side effects in Hodgkin lymphoma

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  • New detection method for prostate cancer

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